Sessional Assistant Professor of Nursing
Neufeld Science Centre, Langley/BC
+1 (604) 513-2121 ext. 3643


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"I aim to use teaching strategies that light fires for learning, rather than trying to fill a bucket with knowledge is necessary to help students’ discover who they want to become as a nurse."

Anne Redmond started working with Trinity Western University in 2010, as a sessional educator and research assistant. She is most interested in Nursing Psychomotor Skill Acquisition and Simulation. She has a clinical background in pediatrics and home health, although she has taught in the areas of medicine, surgery, oncology, and orthopedics. She is the current simulation and lab coordinator and teaches in the skills lab.

Research & Scholarship

Research interests include psychomotor learning, simulation and health informatics.


  • Masters of Science in Nursing, Trinity Western University, BC, Canada
  • Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Dalhousie University, NS, Canada
  • Bachelor of Science, Dalhousie University, NS, Canada

Awards & Honors

  • Faculty Excellence in Teaching Award, University of New Brunswick, Canada

Recent Publications

Theron, M. J., Astle, B., Dixon, D. & Redmond, A., (2019). Beyond checklists: A nursing informatics education strategy for undergraduate nursing students appraising health information on social networking sites (SNS). Quality Advancement in Nursing Education-Avancées en formation infirmière, 5(1), Article 6.

Theron, M., Borycki, E. M., & Redmond, A. (2017). Developing digital literacies in undergraduate nursing studies: From research to the classroom. In A.Shachak, E. Borycki & S.Reis (eds.) Health professionals' education in the age of clinical information systems, mobile computing and social networks (pp. 149-173). Academic Press.

Theron, M., Redmond, A., & Borycki, E. M. (2017). Baccalaureate nursing students' abilities in critically identifying and evaluating the quality of online health information. In F.Lau, J.Bartle-Clar, G.Bliss, E.Borycki, K.Courtney, & A.Kuo (eds). Building capacity for health informatics in the future (pp. 321-327). IOS Press. Open access available at:

Redmond, A., (2013). The lived experience of learning psychomotor nursing skills. Unpublished masters thesis, Trinity Western University.

Reimer‐Kirkham, S., Pesut, B., Sawatzky, R., Cochrane, M., & Redmond, A. (2012). Discourses of spirituality and leadership in nursing: A mixed methods analysis. Journal of Nursing Management, 20(8), 1029-1038.


Teaching in learning related to psychomotor skill acquisition has been the interest of Anne Redmond’s scholarship. Lab management, lab planning, learning strategies and theories of psychomotor skill acquisition are topic areas of expertise. In addition, she has strong knowledge regarding simulation design, setting learning objectives, facilitation, debriefing, participant evaluation, professional integrity, and simulation –enhanced interprofessional education.

Courses Taught

Nursing 213: Clinical Practice Adult Health Labs

Nursing 123: Clinical Skills II

Nursing 321: Nutrition